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Matt McGraw (g33kdad)hpr1567 :: Multiboot Partitioning with Linux (August 5, 2014)

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Summary: In this episode I discuss the way I set up partitions on my laptop for multibooting.

I like to distro-hop some and try out new things. Sometimes, I want to have 2 or more Linux distros on my system at the same time so I can compare and contrast them. Initially I used a separate /home and mounted it to each distro on my system. This led to config file corruption and I needed a new approach. I hope this will help somebody! Thanks. ~Matt aka @sahg33kdad


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Artist/Composer: Matt McGraw (g33kdad)
Date: 2014-08-05
Contributor: HackerPublicRadio
Language: English
Keywords: partitioning; Linux; multiboot; sysadmin

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